I’m just catching up on a few things from the Heathrow Airport. It seems there was alot of demand for decks on this subject. I promised audiences to post copies of the decks for additional events this fall. Please hop right on your delete key and delete this if you don’t need yet another deck on this subject. =)
For those of you who specifically requested the decks, I’ve posted information below. Because these audiences have different interests, the talks covered slightly different material. I’ve posted outlines for each so you can find the right deck to fit your needs.
TechEd EMEA: “Team Foundation Server: Lessons Learned Through Dogfooding”
Link to deck: [ Team Foundation Server: Lessons Learned Through Dogfooding ]
Goal of talk: specific and detailed data on best practices used by the major internal dogfooding teams: Developer Division, Windows, Office, MSIT
Cool Facts about Microsoft Development Getting started on a release Planning Gathering Requirements Development Driving Quality Branching in Large Teams Builds Tracking and Reporting Trustworthy Transparency Top Tracking Metrics - MSIT Top Tracking Metrics - Developer Division Migration and Interoperability
PDC: “Microsoft Visual Studio Team System Team Foundation Server: How We Use It at Microsoft”
Link to deck: [ Microsoft Visual Studio Team System Team Foundation Server: How We Use It at Microsoft ]
Link to video: [ Video recording in WMV ] [ Link to PDC session site for other formats ]
Goal of talk: overview of internal usage best practices, focused on how internal usage has influenced the VS 2010 feature set (heavily demo focused)
Agenda Slide: Problems to Solve:
Trustworthy Transparency Planning and Tracking Driving Quality during Development Branching in Monster Teams Legacy Interop
Errata (or “Can You Find the Math Error in This Deck?”)
I have found two errors since these were given. I sincerely apologize! I wanted to be transparent here as I know the TFS community is a very active and engaged one. I have already corrected all the decks on the download links.